The Battle of Waterloo 18th June 1815
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Tim Reeve's Arts of Wars Computer Graphics Books - Uniforms of Waterloo, 18 June, 1815 Combined Edition, Volumes 1 and 2 British and French Forces
waterloo 1815 - 92nd Highland Regiment of foot (Line_infantry).
92nd Highlanders. The Battle of Waterloo 18th June 1815
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Gordon Highlanders, Waterloo 1815
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Gordon Highlanders, Waterloo 1815. Although not an action scene, and meant as a uniform plate, this is my all-time favorite on this subject, maybe because of the look on the young lad's face.
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92nd Gordon Highlanders -
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Evolution of the Kilt Part 2, by Matthew Newsome. Early in the year 1794, records of the Gordon 92nd Highland regiment indicate that four yards of cloth were supplied to soldiers for a FEILIDH-BEAG, but later in that same year records show 3 ½ yards being supplied for a KILT. These were two separate and distinct garments. (The Gordon regiment, by the way, is where we find the first known tailored kilt, from the same time period.)
BRITISH ARMY - 92° Highlanders (Gordon) Officiers et Colonel 1814-1815
92nd (Gordon Highlanders) uniforms - Officers and Colonel - 1814-1815.
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92th Highlanders (Gordon) Officiers and Colonel 1814-1815
92nd Highlanders (Gordon) Officers 1814-1815
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92e Highlanders (GORDON)
The Battle of Waterloo 18th June 1815 - Royal Artillery.
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Royal Artillery at Waterloo
Waterloo, 4th Cuirassier Regiment vs. the British Lifeguards.
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Art of Karl Kopinski | Look on large screen to appreciate all details | This paintings depicts the First Lifeguards counter attacking the 4th cuirassiers at the battle of Waterloo 1815. The painting went through innumerable pencil and color sketch stages.
1st lifeguards charging 4th cuirassiers at waterloo, 42inchesx 28inches oil on linen, Art of Karl Kopinski
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The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815. After this lost battle was Napoleon interned on the island called Elba, where he died in 1821. This battle is one of the most important in history, because it meant the end of the Napoleonic wars.
"British Life Guards Counter-charge French Cuirassiers Waterloo, 1815", Karl Kopinski
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Waterloo, 4th cuirassier regiment vs. the British Lifeguards
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British soldiers defending the Hougomont gate during the Battle of Waterloo, June 1815.
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British soldiers defending the Hougoumont gate during the Battle of Waterloo, June 1815.
Hougomont, Battle of Waterloo June 1815.
Royal Horse Artillery at Battle of Waterloo, 1815.
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FRANCE - Royal Horse Artillery at Battle of Waterloo, 1815.
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June 18, 1815: At the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon is defeated by an international army under the Duke of Wellington.
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The Duke of Welligton's Scottish (Scots Grays), Irish (Inniskilling) and English Dragoon Regiments of the British Heavy Cavalry battle through D'Erlon's Infantry Corps and French lancers in the most famous charge of British cavalry of Napoleonic Wars, at the battle of Waterloo, June 18th 1815
Waterloo: a town of central Belgium near Brussels. Napoleon met his final defeat in the Battle of Waterloo (June 18, 1815).
June 18, 1815: A climatic moment of the Battle of Waterloo involving the armies lead by Napoleon Bonaparte, the Duke of Wellington from Britain, and General Blücher of Prussia
The Battle of Waterloo ends the war against France, June 1815.
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"Charge of the Union Brigade ( battle of Waterloo - 1815 )"
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The British 3rd Foot Guards (from Tim Reese’s CD Rom of 116 illustrations of British and American Regiments from the Revolutionary War. For details on how to buy the CD click on the illustration).
The British 3rd Foot Guards. John, 2nd Earl of Chatham was a lieutenant colonel in this regiment in 1783. Shiny gold braid :-D
The American Revolution - The British 3rd Foot Guards.
The British 3rd Foot Guards
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Jun 18, 1815: Napoleon defeated at Waterloo. Scotland for ever! The Charge of the Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, as part of the Union Brigade at the Battle of Waterloo.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
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Scotland Forever! by Elizabeth Thompson depicting the start of the charge by the Royal Scots Greys at the Battle of Waterloo, 1881
Charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo. "Scotland Forever! is an 1881 painting by Lady Butler depicting the start of the cavalry charge of the Royal Scots Greys who charged alongside the British heavy cavalry at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 during the Napoleonic wars."
"Scotland Forever" (1881) by Lady Elizabeth Butler - depicts the charge of the Royal Scots Greys (Royal North British Dragoons) at the Battle of Waterloo. The Greys were heard calling, 'Now, my boys, Scotland forever!' as they charged. (housed at Leeds Art Gallery)
THE most amazing painting of a Redcoat charge you will ever see. Painted by Lady Elizabeth Butler in 1881 and depicting the charge of the Royal Scots Greys at Waterloo
'Scotland Forever!' An 1881 painting by Lady Butler depicting the start of the cavalry charge of the Royal Scots Greys at Waterloo.
"Scotland for ever!" Lady Butler's iconic picture of the Charge of the Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, as part of the Union Brigade at the Battle of Waterloo.
'Scotland for ever!' Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, at the Battle of Waterloo; painting by Elizabeth Thompson, Lady Butler
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The Eagle of the French 45th Ligne captured by the Royal Scots Greys. Painting by Stanley Berkeley depicting the famous charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo. The kilted figures carrying muskets are the 92nd Highlanders. According to legend, the men of the 92nd hung on to the stirrups of the Scots Greys during the charge. Although both regiments record it as part of their history, independent eyewitness accounts do not confirm the truth of the "stirrup charge".
The Scots Greys at Waterloo (with some highlanders tagging along)
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The Eagle of the French 45th Ligne captured by the Royal Scots Greys. "Gordons and Greys to the Front" by Stanley Berkeley
The Eagle of the French 45th Ligne captured by the Royal Scots Greys. Painting by Stanley Berkeley depicting the famous charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo. The kilted figures carrying muskets are the 92nd Highlanders. According to legend, the men of the 92nd hung on to the stirrups of the Scots Greys during the charge.
The Eagle of the French 45th Ligne captured by the Royal Scots Greys. Painting by Stanley Berkeley depicting the famous charge of the Scots Greys at ...
The Gordon Highlanders, Scot's regiment, with the Royal Scots Greys - so Finlay and Jack's regiments together
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